It's actually a very unorthodox league, with some funky rules. It's H2H/points without any inning limit. Pitchers have very skewed values. Here's my current staff:
I'm projected to finish in the middle in total pitching, only 7.5% behind the winner. There's only a 30% difference between the top and bottom of my projected fantasy league starters. As I said, pitchers are significantly undervalued in this league, and, as such, there's a much lower standard deviation on pitching points than batting points. So, workhorses for mediocre teams or back-end pitchers on good teams are generally worth more than replacement-level batters. This draft, I decided to take advantage of it and didn't fill out my pitching staff until the late teen rounds.
Anyway, thanks. It does help.
Your wisemen don't know how it feels to be thick as a brick...